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Offline Mattb130

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Re: Onkyo Receiver Plugin
« Reply #300 on: September 13, 2018, 04:51:22 pm »
I've the app setup and working after a bit of networking fun.

Question I have is should I be seeing this under modes when I go to make night time custom? Or is it only via scenes that I can automate there amplifier?

Offline RogerO

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Re: Onkyo Receiver Plugin
« Reply #301 on: September 23, 2018, 01:11:17 pm »
Well i wanted to update it a bit so i did some simple stuff, Added 4 more Macros and some net inputs that where missing.
My Receiver is a TXNR676E

Well let me know ho it goes for you guys, if it work drop here a reply and maybe i can do more for this Plug-in, i?m not a programmer but i have two around here that i can bug :D
Any way to change the button labels of the macros?

Thanks,
Roger

Offline jvanhambelgium

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Re: Onkyo Receiver Plugin
« Reply #302 on: October 30, 2018, 04:36:55 pm »
How does the communication work between the plugin & receiver ?
I have the Onkyo NR5010 and running UI7 / VeraPlus

The plugin "kinda" works but I do get the "Can't Detect Device" warning always. Multiple zones/device are created (Zone2/Zone3)
Clicking on the buttons seem to indeed switch the receiver (eg. another input or something)

BUT, suppose I jog the volume-button on the Onkyo receiver itself, how is that information returned to the plugin ? Is that a pure "polling" mode from the plugin? How often does the plugin updates the receiver status ? I'm trying to use the REACTOR plugin to let some small light go on whenver the volume is below certain value, but it does not get update apparently.

Any insights?